Wichita, KS – Wichita is getting a new children’s boutique called Mini Co., and the Wichita Mom team couldn’t be more excited! The best part? It’s an extension of the already-popular Clifton Collective’s “mini section” of kid and baby stuff.
This new children’s shop is the latest tenant for the Garage at Cleveland Corner’s retail incubator space, next to another local favorite, The Workroom.
Mini Co. will be a collective of apparel, accessories, handcrafted goods, and baby & toddler items – perfect for moms of littles, moms to be, or anyone who has little ones in their lives and loves shopping local!
And we want to invite you to join us as we get a FIRST LOOK at this new children’s boutique before its official grand opening.
On Thursday, July 7th , please join us for a special soft opening event for all Wichita Mom followers! It will be a come-and-go shopping event to celebrate the new and much anticipated children’s boutique – Mini Co. Come snack, sip, and shop with us from 4:30-7 p.m.
CLICK HERE for more updates and to let us know if you are interested in coming to check out this new children’s boutique!
What to Expect
→ Meet the Owner, Juliana Phillips, and the rest of the Mini Co. Team
→ Make a purchase + be entered for a chance to win one of their gift card giveaways
→ Special grand opening discounts
→ Purchase unique pieces from their collection of Midwest vendors
→ Snack + Sip while you shop
What is Mini Co.?
Mini Co. is a collective of apparel, accessories and just all around baby/kid stuff for your mini; or that of a friend or sibling!
We all know, spoil or parent a small human whom we adore and love to splurge on. The problem is there aren’t many options when it comes to shopping for these new and tiny humans on a local level; especially when kiddos keep getting trendier and trendier, shopping cool and local is a desire.
Mini Co. is a home to many sought-after, instagram-worthy brands. They source tees, swaddles, turbans, sunglasses, socks, books, teethers, developmental toys, diaper bags, sip cups, stuffed animals and so much more. They hope to bring a gender-neutral, all-inclusive esthetic that ensures whether shopping for a little girl or boy our patrons will feel welcome, invited and excited to peruse.
This concept is an extension of their kid section at Clifton Collective, located in Clifton Square.